So I'm set on getting a Cervelo Soloist Team. I like the "convertability" of its design among other things. When it comes to doing tri's I would like to have a dedicated aero set up in front with bar-end shifters, etc....and a dedicated roadie set up for group rides & climbs.
How much is involved in swapping the bars, shifters, and brake cables? Seems a little tedious but with some practice it does not appear too difficult. My biggest question is on cable length. Will different (longer/shorter) cables have to be re-routed from the bars to the shifters and brakes for each swap?
Someone here on the Forum has a Soloist Team they do this on...I forget who, but they have a nice set up in some posted pics. I'd like to hear all the in & outs of the job.
I currently ride a road bike with clip-ons , but prefer the true aero option when needed.
Fwiw, I'm pretty good with tools. Thanks.